SPOKANE — Although not in the job description for a wildlife biologist, it helps if you can take a punch.
YAKIMA — Last week, state wildlife biologists were going to begin tagging bulls in the Colockum elk herd in hopes of getting a better idea of the winter movement patterns of male elk that can often be hard to spot during population surveys.
Coyotes may not be as dangerous as wolves or cougars, but they kill vastly more livestock and pets.
One of the most gratifying things to happen recently in the shooting sports is the near-explosive growth in the numbers of women, children, and families who have discovered the fun of target shooting.
TOLLGATE — The annual Kid’s Fishing Day at Jubilee Lake is open to kids 14 years old and younger and runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
A Seattle man’s big catch turns out to be just big, not record-breakingly old.
Backpackers usually have to lighten their wallets to lighten their load. That’s because the most technologically advanced and lightest equipment is also the most expensive.
The day I got my first bicycle is etched in my memory. It was a warm spring day just outside Raleigh, N.C., and we all piled into the van and headed to the flea market.
An exhibit of classic bicycles drawn from a Viennese collection is on display at Portland’s Art Museum.
So let’s visit just one of the very interesting animals that live here: the American white pelican (Pelecanus erythrorbynchos), which is native to the west and east into the Mississippi River drainage.
When 300 elk began feeding alongside cattle in Jim Durgan’s alfalfa fields early this spring in the Paradise Valley and then started raiding his haystack, he called Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Researchers are asking local hunters to allow the 39½-year-old bear to die of natural causes.
With many agencies’ budget decimated by budget cuts, recreation areas turn to volunteer groups.
I’ve finally become “the old man” my father was to me. The reality struck last June during the 8-hour journey back to Spokane from the San Juan Islands.
If not for federally designated wilderness areas where motorized travel is forbidden, there would be few job opportunities for packers — throwback men who make their living leading horses and mules on narrow paths over mountains and through canyons.
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